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Private Parts Mass Market Paperback – March 1, 1997
It Gets Worse
The popular new release from Shane Dawson. Learn more
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The book goes into the many parts of Howards life. It tells you how he his father used to treat him, and his mother as well. It really makes you wonder how he survived in a house like that. It tells of his college experiences with women and radio. It tells about all his old bosses, such as Pig Virus (read the book). The book was funny through the beginning but once he hits the part where he talks about the celebs he hates, it really gets hilarious, just read what he thinks of Madonna, or Regis, or Kathie-Lee. I could go on and on. The chapter with Stuttering John is hilarious as well. I never knew Baba-Booey was their first interviewer.
All in all, this is a very, very good well written book. It's very light reading, so I can recommend it to pretty much anyone. Be aware that the amount of cursing is borderline extreme though, but it's nothing a person age 12+ hasn't heard before.
It is incredibly reminiscent of the show and his personality POPS from the pages. Only read this book if you are open minded as there are a ton of sexual connotations/discourses.
There are great images in the book as well. Any avid Stern show fan, or anyone who likes to laugh should ABSOLUTELY buy this book.
Super quick read, not a dull moment.
I also highly recommend Artie Lange's Too Fat to Fish. It's hysterical. I highly recommend this book for anyone who's a fan of the Stern show.
I have not, nor do I wish to, read any of Robin Quivers' books. She strikes me as too self-absorbed and know-it-all.
Howard Stern's other book Miss America wasn't nearly as good as this one!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The man the myth the legend. Phenomenal, hilarious and outrageously fun book by the King of All Media. A must own.Published 5 months ago by T. Andres
I received this book as a gift a million years ago from an old boyfriend who lived in Virginia. At the time, the HS radio show was not available in my area and he was excitedly... Read morePublished 8 months ago by smichal
Bought as present for hubby who is a radio fan. He loved the book and found it informative as well as entertaining.Published 8 months ago by Scurls